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Mike Hrabik, SecureSky CEO

Mike Hrabik, SecureSky CEO
As founder and CEO of SecureSky, Mike Hrabik is responsible for leading the company business objectives and the innovation of a patent-pending, active protection platform. Prior to founding the company in 2018, Mike was the Global CTO, Regional CEO of NTT Security, where he was responsible for planning and driving the integration of region-based, security services and platforms.
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SecureSky Cyber Threat Center Sees Greater Than 6 Times Increase In Attacks

Posted by Mike Hrabik, SecureSky CEO on Apr 2, 2020

But There’s Still a Lot of Good Things Happening In These Trying Times! One of the most staggering statistics reported recently from the SecureSky Cyber Threat Center is seeing a 6x-7x increase in fraudulent scams and BEC cases in the last 30 days, with COVID-19 themes – phishing, fake investment, charities, prevention or treatment offers and testing scams. We have seen similar trending of overall phishing volumes from multiple clients and email gateway providers, which correlates to the sharp uptick in case volume, as well as click rates.

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SecureSky's NEW Dynamic Cloud Security Blog

Posted by Mike Hrabik, SecureSky CEO on Jun 24, 2019

It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to the new blog from SecureSky.

The SecureSky mission is to assist our clients in utilizing cloud-native and third-party technologies to accelerate their ability to operate securely in today’s cloud environments.

Our clients are dealing with rapid cloud adoption and the dissolving of traditional network boundaries.  They have growing concerns about the cyber security skills shortage and how technology and business are driving them to deploy more of their infrastructure and applications in cloud environments.  The shared responsibility model defines areas of security ownership between clients and cloud providers, but where and how to implement security controls in cloud environments can be confusing and very different from how many organizations have operated in the past.   

 The new cloud-based reality requires organizations to handle infrastructure and applications differently, requiring a more proactive and dynamic approach to security. 

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